The U.S. Supreme Court is slated to decide whether President Obama will have the power to prevent illegal immigrants in our country from being deported.
“At the White House, our digital strategy centers around meeting people where they are. This decentralized approach, in response to the proliferation of social media, aims to provide the American people with a multitude of ways to engage with their government. Today, we're excited to announce that this push is continuing, with the debut of the White House’s Official Story on Snapchat."
During the program, President Obama is slated to talk about the negative impact that gun violence has had on our country and will take questions from attendees.
The New York Daily News reports that Terry, 8, was the sole survivor of a suspected May 2013 arson at her home in Schenectady, New York, where she lost her father and three of her siblings. Safyre was burned over 75 percent of her body and lost her right arm.
Stories about gun violence within our country are becoming all too common. President Obama is utilizing the incidents as an avenue to open up the conversation about the need for stricter gun control laws. He recently released a statement about the killing of Zaevion Dobson, a high school football star from Knoxville, Tennessee who was […]
It's clear who had the best year ever in politics. Here are a few unforgettable moments from the president's last full year in the White House.
A day after Chicago police officials released graphic video of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald being gunned down by a Chicago police officer, President Barack Obama took to Facebook express concern.
“Stop, dad! You’re embarrassing me.” You know that’s what Sasha and Malia Obama were thinking as they flanked their dad, you know, President Obama Wednesday…
According to a new poll by CNN and the Kaiser Family Foundation, 49 percent of Americans believe that racism is a “big problem.”